Have a crush on someone? New website lets you know if they Do you too
Ever had a crush on someone? Then you know how hard it is to get over the "what if s/he doesn't like me back" question.
Just in time for Valentine's Day, the new website doyoutoo.me will help you get the answer - ending the dilemma that keeps you from approaching someone you really like because you don't know if they like you back.
Doyoutoo reveals your feelings to your crush only if s/he feels the same about you. If not, your crush will never know and you've saved yourself a rejection. Or you'll get a positive response letting you know they like you, too, and that it's time to buy a Valentine's Day gift.
"Doyoutoo works because users can have only one crush at any time," says doyoutoo inventor Ioannis Tsiokos. "Once you've identified your crush, you can't change it for a month. And it's confidential. Doyoutoo keeps the love secrets of its users locked safely away from prying eyes."
Although privacy is an important part of doyoutoo's service, the website's top priority is happiness - and not just the happiness of its infatuated users. Doyoutoo will donate food, clean water and medicine to a poor child in a developing country for every user who finds out their crush is not part of their love story. Funds are generated through in-site advertising.
"Finding out the truth is always good news at doyoutoo.me," Tsiokos said.
How does it work? You put in the name of the person you have a crush on along with something to identify them - a phone number, email or Facebook. If your crush has done or does the same for you, doyoutoo will let both of you know and you take it from there. You'll only be able to use it once a month, though. So, choose wisely.
Doyoutoo's motto is "Feelings Safe." It reflects doyoutoo's commitment to offer the easiest and safest way to find out if that person you like likes you, too.